Celebrating our newest PhDs

Monday, October 19, 2020

It's a long and often winding road to take doctoral studies to the finish line. From seminars, to exams, to TAs, RAs or course teaching, to research, research, research, and to the final thesis defense -- many of which were remotely conducted in this time of COVID. It's a huge accomplishment and the Faculty of Arts is so proud of our newest cohort of Doctors of Philosophy.

Congratulations to our newly minted PhDs!

Beth Keleher

Department: Psychology
Thesis: Evaluating the Effect of Basic Psychological Needs Support and Thwarting on Motivation for Emotionally Demanding Behaviour Change.

Chunmei Zhu

Department: Accounting
Thesis: The Treatment of Accounting Changes in Covenants and Debt Contracting Efficiency

 

David Yesaya

Department: French
Thesis: La représentation littéraire de la réussite sociale du sujet migrant post-colonial dans la France contemporaine hexagonale: des révoltes des banlieues de 2005 à nos jours

Houman Mehrabian

Department: English
Thesis: 'Ill Schooled in Bolted Language': Shakespeare¿s Tragic Flaw

 

Jeremy John Marty-Dugas

Department: Psychology
Thesis: Refining Flow: The Re-Conceptualization and Measurement of Flow as Deep Effortless Concentration

Jhotisha Mugon

Department: Psychology
Thesis: An Exploration of the Correlates and Causes of Boredon

 

Joe Buscemi

Department: History

Thesis: If all Else Fails.... SURVIVAL.  Protect and Survive and the end of the World in Thatcherite Britain

Kevin Barber

Department: Psychology

Thesis: Beyond Positive Affect: Enhancing our Understanding of Diminished Positive Emotions and Experiences in Social Anxiety

 

Navio Kwok

Department: Psychology
Thesis: A Longitudinal Investigation of Leader Development and Leadership Emergence

Preston Arens

Department: History
Thesis: "To Tidy Minds it May Appear Illogical": How the Commonwealth Evolved From an 'Imperial Club' to an International Organisation

 

Ryan Carroll

Department: German
Thesis: Being a South Tyrolean: Examining Identity in Conversation and Linguistic Landscapes

Sarah McCrackin

Department: Psychology
Thesis: Perceiving Direct and Averted Gaze During Emotion Discrimination, Affective Empathy and Affective Theory of Mind Judgements: Electrophysiological and Behavioural Effects

 

Tracey Wagner-Rizvi

Department: Global Governance
Thesis: The Fox Building the Henhouse: Corporate Influence on Global Health Governance and the Risks to the World Health Organization

Yelena Abdullayeva

Department: History
Thesis: Crafting the Modern Woman in Azerbaijan: Muslim Women, the State, and Modernity, 1900-1939

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